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Old 01-18-2016, 12:02 PM
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I would appreciate any advice on buying tires for my JK. I don't go off road as of yet and I want something that looks aggressive, but handles will on the hi way as well. So many options, but I'm really lost on this.

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First let me just say that I am TOTALLY biased towards BF Goodrich!

With that said, look at the BFG All Terrain KO2. I have not used the KO2 but have had a few pairs of the AllTerrains and they are a hell of an all purpose tire. The KO2 is new and improved with a little more tread on the shoulder.

They will load up in mud but otherwise they are great, in my opinion! I ran a set up in Vermont when I lived there and they are a beast in the snow!!

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First let me just say that I am TOTALLY biased towards BF Goodrich!

With that said, look at the BFG All Terrain KO2. I have not used the KO2 but have had a few pairs of the AllTerrains and they are a hell of an all purpose tire. The KO2 is new and improved with a little more tread on the shoulder.

They will load up in mud but otherwise they are great, in my opinion! I ran a set up in Vermont when I lived there and they are a beast in the snow!!
Anuther vote for KO2's, they do quite well in the mud too. There's some YT videos showing this, with the side tread adding more bite and keep it moving. They are a really awesome tire for so many different terrains. Can't believe how great traction is in snow and slick ice. Plus look killer and ride nice too. Seems BFG has raised the bar again for the AT tire!
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Old 01-19-2016, 06:35 PM
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Thanks guys. I am looking at both the ko2 and duratracs. I like both, just have finally decide.
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